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On average, how many hours do you work a day at NHS?

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  • There are long and short shifts the long shift is thirteen hours and short shift six hours on a 37.5 hour week

  • On average I work 8 hours

  • Normal 9 to 5 shift

  • I worked 15 hours a week which was ideal for me but that is the only positive.

  • 37 and a half hours a week

  • Twelve and half hours a day

  • 13 hour days

  • Eight hours per shift

  • You should follow these rules below:-
    Live-in carers are expected to work between 8 and 10 hours a day, but be on hand during a 24 hour period in case they are needed. The 8 to 10 hours refers to the amount of time they are expected to spend carrying out their key care duties.

    The more time we spend at work the less time we have for other important things in life." Research suggests that working excessively long hours - usually this means more than 45 a week - is detrimental to your health, physical and mental, in many ways

  • 8 hours per day

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